Korea Features Many History and Cultural Sites

SEOUL—Beyond the barbed wire, guard towers bristling with machine guns and hundreds of thousands of men ready to go to war, this Asian nation...

USS Yorktown Part of Charleston’s Harbor

Yorktown (CV-10, CVS-10) The aircraft carrier Yorktown, now moored in Charleston harbor, is the fourth US Navy ship to bear that name and the second...

The Saga of the U-505

Late in the forenoon watch on Sunday, June 4, 1944, a sonar man on USS Chatelain reported a suspicious contact 800 yards off the...

Traffic Conditions for D-Day’s 75th Anniversary

D-Day Overlord There have been more restrictions on motor vehicle traffic for the 75th anniversary of D-Day events in...

End Day with Refreshing Cider and Calvados

Vergers de Romilly After a full day of WW2 battlefields and cemeteries, we made a detour on a side road just behind La Cambe German...

Normandy Chateau Housed Famous Journalist Camp

VOUILLY, France—Some of the biggest names in journalism camped out in tents in front of a medieval chateau while covering the epic battles of...

Charleston Lives in the Past and Present

CHARLESTON, S.C.--History and Charleston are inseparable.  Founded in 1670, immigrants first came here to escape religious oppression.  Later, many became wealthy through the rice,...

Military History Sites to Visit in Chicago

(Photo courtesy of Marcus Qwertyus, Wikimedia) If you fly into either of Chicago’s main airports, there is military history associated with each. O’Hare International Airport is...
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